Excited state processes in condensed matter

proceedings ofthe InternationalConference on Luminescence, Beijing, China, August 17-21, 1987 by International Conference on Luminescence (1987 Beijing)

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Statementeditor: Xu Xurong.
SeriesJournal of Luminescence -- vols.40 & 41
ContributionsXu, Xurong.
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Open LibraryOL14318482M

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